fury

Fury vs Infuriated - What's the difference?

fury | infuriated |


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As an adjective infuriated is

extremely angry.

As a verb infuriated is

(infuriate).

Fury vs Furies - What's the difference?

fury | furies |


As proper nouns the difference between fury and furies

is that fury is (lb) female personification of vengeance () while furies is (greek god) the goddesses of vengeance; they were also known to accompany nemesis their roman counterparts were the dirae.

Fury vs Conniption - What's the difference?

fury | conniption |


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As a noun conniption is

(informal) a fit of anger or panic; conniption fit.

Fury vs Irritation - What's the difference?

fury | irritation |


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As a noun irritation is

the act of irritating, or exciting, or the state of being irritated; excitement; stimulation, usually of an undue and uncomfortable kind; especially, excitement of anger or passion; provocation; annoyance; anger.

Flair vs Fury - What's the difference?

flair | fury |


As a noun flair

is (distinctive style or elegance).

As a proper noun fury is

(lb) female personification of vengeance ().

Fiar vs Fury - What's the difference?

fiar | fury |


As a noun fiar

is one in whom the property of an estate is vested, subject to the estate of a liferenter.

As a proper noun fury is

(lb) female personification of vengeance ().

Fury vs Fierceness - What's the difference?

fury | fierceness | Synonyms |

Fury is a synonym of fierceness.


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As a noun fierceness is

the state of being fierce.

Grief vs Fury - What's the difference?

grief | fury |


As a noun grief

is suffering, hardship.

As a verb grief

is (online gaming) to deliberately harass and annoy or cause grief to other players of a game in order to interfere with their enjoyment of it; especially , to do this as one’s primary activity in the game.

As a proper noun fury is

(lb) female personification of vengeance ().

Fury vs Rancor - What's the difference?

fury | rancor |


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As a noun rancor is

the deepest malignity or spite; deep-seated enmity or malice; inveterate hatred.

Fury vs Tantrum - What's the difference?

fury | tantrum |


As a proper noun fury

is (lb) female personification of vengeance ().

As a noun tantrum is

an often childish display or fit of bad temper.

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